BAROQUE MUSIC
{"cattitle-1":"CULTURAL%20CONTEXT","cat1q1":"%3Cp%3EThe%20Baroque%20is%20the%20period%20coming%20after%20the%20...............%20and%20before%20the%20..............%3C/p%3E","cat1qmediaimage1":"","cat1a1":"%3Cp%3EThe%20Baroque%20is%20the%20period%20coming%20after%20the%20Renaissance%20and%20before%20the%20Classical%20period.%3C/p%3E","cat1amediaimage1":"","cat1v1":"100","cat1q2":"%3Cp%3EWhen%20does%20the%20Baroque%20period%20start%20and%20finish%3F%3C/p%3E","cat1qmediaimage2":"","cat1a2":"%3Cp%3EFrom%20the%2017th%20century%20to%20the%20mid-18th%20century.%3C/p%3E","cat1amediaimage2":"","cat1v2":"200","cat1q3":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20is%20the%20main%20fact%20that%20happened%20on%20the%20social%20scene%3F%3C/p%3E","cat1qmediaimage3":"","cat1a3":"%3Cp%3EThe%20Nation-States%20were%20organised%2C%20the%20power%20of%20kings%20were%20supreme%20%28absolute%20monarchies%29.%3C/p%3E","cat1amediaimage3":"","cat1v3":"300","cat1q4":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20do%20we%20call%20to%20the%20people%20who%20proctected%20the%20artists%20in%20this%20period%3F%3C/p%3E","cat1qmediaimage4":"","cat1a4":"%3Cp%3EPatrons%20of%20Arts.%3C/p%3E","cat1amediaimage4":"","cat1v4":"400","cat1q5":"%3Cp%3EName%20three%20changes%20that%20happened%20in%20this%20period%2C%20musically%20speaking.%3C/p%3E","cat1qmediaimage5":"","cat1a5":"%3Cp%3E1.%20Profane%20music%20became%20more%20popular%20than%20religious%20music.%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3E2.%20New%20instrumental%20forms%20appeared%20%28concerto%2C%20sonata%20and%20fugue%29.%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3E3.%20New%20vocal%20forms%20also%20appeared%20%28opera%2C%20oratorio%2C%20cantata%20and%20passion%29.%3C/p%3E","cat1amediaimage5":"","cat1v5":"500","cattitle-2":"INSTRUMENTAL%20MUSIC","cat2q1":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20causes%20of%20the%20development%20of%20the%20instrumental%20music%20in%20this%20period.%3C/p%3E","cat2qmediaimage1":"","cat2a1":"%3Cp%3E1.%20Composers%20made%20innovations%20in%20their%20composition%20%28music%20became%20spectacular%20and%20grandiose%29.%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3E2.%20Improvements%20in%20instruments%20construction.%3C/p%3E","cat2amediaimage1":"","cat2v1":"100","cat2q2":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20three%20types%20of%20concerto.%3C/p%3E","cat2qmediaimage2":"","cat2a2":"%3Cp%3EConcerto%20grosso%2C%20solo%20concerto%20and%20mixed%20concerto.%3C/p%3E","cat2amediaimage2":"","cat2v2":"200","cat2q3":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20is%20the%20name%20of%20an%20instrumental%20form%20containing%20various%20dances.%20Name%20three%20of%20them.%3C/p%3E","cat2qmediaimage3":"","cat2a3":"%3Cp%3ESuite.%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3EParts%3A%20Allemande%2C%20Courante%2C%20Sarabande%20and%20Gigue.%3C/p%3E","cat2amediaimage3":"","cat2v3":"300","cat2q4":"%3Cp%3EDefine%20fugue.%3C/p%3E","cat2qmediaimage4":"","cat2a4":"%3Cp%3EIt%20is%20a%20complex%20polyphonic%20form%20in%20one%20single%20movement%2C%20built%20on%20a%20subject%20that%20is%20introduced%20at%20the%20beginning%20and%20imitated%20constantly.%3C/p%3E","cat2amediaimage4":"","cat2v4":"400","cat2q5":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20was%20the%20original%20meaning%20of%20Sonata%3F%3C/p%3E","cat2qmediaimage5":"","cat2a5":"%3Cp%3EA%20musical%20form%20composed%20to%20be%20sung.%3C/p%3E","cat2amediaimage5":"","cat2v5":"500","cattitle-3":"INSTRUMENTS","cat3q1":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20main%20keyboard%20instrument%20in%20this%20period.%3C/p%3E","cat3qmediaimage1":"","cat3a1":"%3Cp%3EHarpsichord.%3C/p%3E","cat3amediaimage1":"","cat3v1":"100","cat3q2":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20was%20the%20instrument%20built%20by%20Stradivarius%3F%3C/p%3E","cat3qmediaimage2":"","cat3a2":"%3Cp%3EThe%20violin.%3C/p%3E","cat3amediaimage2":"","cat3v2":"200","cat3q3":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20three%20main%20violin%20constructors.%3C/p%3E","cat3qmediaimage3":"","cat3a3":"%3Cp%3EStradivarious%2C%20Amati%20and%20Guarnieri.%3C/p%3E","cat3amediaimage3":"","cat3v3":"300","cat3q4":"%3Cp%3EWhy%20are%20the%20instruments%20made%20by%20Stradivarius%20considered%20to%20be%20the%20best%20of%20the%20world%3F%3C/p%3E","cat3qmediaimage4":"","cat3a4":"%3Cp%3EThey%20use%20special%20woods%20and%20varnishes.%3C/p%3E","cat3amediaimage4":"","cat3v4":"400","cat3q5":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20instrument%20were%20The%20Four%20Seasons%20concertos%20composed%20for%3F%3C/p%3E","cat3qmediaimage5":"","cat3a5":"%3Cp%3EThey%20were%20composed%20for%20the%20violin.%3C/p%3E","cat3amediaimage5":"","cat3v5":"500","cattitle-4":"VOCAL%20MUSIC","cat4q1":"%3Cp%3EWhere%20was%20the%20opera%20born%3F%3C/p%3E","cat4qmediaimage1":"","cat4a1":"%3Cp%3EIn%20Florence.%3C/p%3E","cat4amediaimage1":"","cat4v1":"100","cat4q2":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20four%20parts%20of%20an%20opera.%3C/p%3E","cat4qmediaimage2":"","cat4a2":"%3Cp%3EOverture%2C%20Interludes%2C%20Sollos%20and%20Choruses%20and%20ballets.%3C/p%3E","cat4amediaimage2":"","cat4v2":"200","cat4q3":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20are%20the%20name%20of%20the%20vocal%20performances%20in%20the%20opera%3F%3C/p%3E","cat4qmediaimage3":"","cat4a3":"%3Cp%3EAria%20and%20recitativo.%3C/p%3E","cat4amediaimage3":"","cat4v3":"300","cat4q4":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20three%20religious%20vocal%20forms.%3C/p%3E","cat4qmediaimage4":"","cat4a4":"%3Cp%3EOratorio%2C%20cantata%20and%20passion.%3C/p%3E","cat4amediaimage4":"","cat4v4":"400","cat4q5":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20are%20the%20differences%20between%20the%20opera%20and%20the%20oratorio%3F%3C/p%3E","cat4qmediaimage5":"","cat4a5":"%3Cp%3EThe%20oratorio%20is%20religious.%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3EThere%20is%20no%20stage-setting%20%28oratorio%29.%3C/p%3E%3Cp%3EThere%20are%20no%20dances%20%28oratorio%29.%3C/p%3E","cat4amediaimage5":"","cat4v5":"500","cattitle-5":"COMPOSERS","cat5q1":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20was%20Vivaldi%27s%20nickname%3F%3C/p%3E","cat5qmediaimage1":"","cat5a1":"%3Cp%3EThe%20Red%20Priest.%3C/p%3E","cat5amediaimage1":"","cat5v1":"100","cat5q2":"%3Cp%3EWhere%20was%20Purcell%20from%3F%3C/p%3E","cat5qmediaimage2":"","cat5a2":"%3Cp%3EHe%20was%20from%20England.%3C/p%3E","cat5amediaimage2":"","cat5v2":"200","cat5q3":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20kind%20of%20genres%20did%20Handel%20cultivated%3F%26nbsp%3B%3C/p%3E","cat5qmediaimage3":"","cat5a3":"%3Cp%3EOperas%2C%20oratorios%2C%20cantatas%2C%20concertos...%3C/p%3E","cat5amediaimage3":"","cat5v3":"300","cat5q4":"%3Cp%3EWho%20did%20Lully%20work%20for%20in%20France%3F%3C/p%3E","cat5qmediaimage4":"","cat5a4":"%3Cp%3EHe%20worked%20for%20Louis%20XIV%3C/p%3E","cat5amediaimage4":"","cat5v4":"400","cat5q5":"%3Cp%3ECan%20you%20recognise%20him%3F%3C/p%3E","cat5qmediaimage5":"https%3A//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6a/Johann_Sebastian_Bach.jpg","cat5a5":"%3Cp%3EHe%20is%20J.%20S.%20Bach.%3C/p%3E","cat5amediaimage5":"","cat5v5":"500","cattitle-6":"MISCELANEOUS","cat6q1":"%3Cp%3EName%20all%20the%20instrumental%20forms%20in%20the%20Baroque.%3C/p%3E","cat6qmediaimage1":"","cat6a1":"%3Cp%3ESonata%2C%20toccata%2C%20fugue%2C%20suite%20and%20concerto.%3C/p%3E","cat6amediaimage1":"","cat6v1":"100","cat6q2":"%3Cp%3EName%20all%20the%20vocal%20forms%20in%20the%20Baroque.%3C/p%3E","cat6qmediaimage2":"","cat6a2":"%3Cp%3EOpera%2C%20oratorio%2C%20cantata%2C%20passion.%3C/p%3E","cat6amediaimage2":"","cat6v2":"200","cat6q3":"%3Cp%3EName%20the%20main%20composers%20you%20have%20studied%20in%20this%20period.%3C/p%3E","cat6qmediaimage3":"","cat6a3":"%3Cp%3EVivaldi%2C%20Purcell%2C%20Bach%2C%20Handel%20and%20Lully.%3C/p%3E","cat6amediaimage3":"","cat6v3":"300","cat6q4":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20is%20the%20name%20of%20the%20group%20of%20poets%20who%20wanted%20to%20create%20a%20show%20based%20on%20Greek%20theatre%3F%3C/p%3E","cat6qmediaimage4":"","cat6a4":"%3Cp%3ECamerata%20Fiorentina.%3C/p%3E","cat6amediaimage4":"","cat6v4":"400","cat6q5":"%3Cp%3EWhat%20is%20the%20difference%20between%20the%20Recitative%20and%20Aria%3F%3C/p%3E","cat6qmediaimage5":"","cat6a5":"%3Cp%3EThe%20recitative%20is%20halfway%20between%20spoken%20voices%20and%20singing%20and%20the%20aria%20is%20a%20melodic%20piece%20sung%20by%20a%20soloist.%3C/p%3E","cat6amediaimage5":"","cat6v5":"500","board-notes":"","board-custom-background":"","board-custom-color-main":"%23ff851b","board-custom-color-sec":"%23eeeeee"}
{"cattitle-1":"CULTURAL CONTEXT","cat1q1":"

The Baroque is the period coming after the ............... and before the ..............

","cat1qmediaimage1":"","cat1a1":"

The Baroque is the period coming after the Renaissance and before the Classical period.

","cat1amediaimage1":"","cat1v1":"100","cat1q2":"

When does the Baroque period start and finish?

","cat1qmediaimage2":"","cat1a2":"

From the 17th century to the mid-18th century.

","cat1amediaimage2":"","cat1v2":"200","cat1q3":"

What is the main fact that happened on the social scene?

","cat1qmediaimage3":"","cat1a3":"

The Nation-States were organised, the power of kings were supreme (absolute monarchies).

","cat1amediaimage3":"","cat1v3":"300","cat1q4":"

What do we call to the people who proctected the artists in this period?

","cat1qmediaimage4":"","cat1a4":"

Patrons of Arts.

","cat1amediaimage4":"","cat1v4":"400","cat1q5":"

Name three changes that happened in this period, musically speaking.

","cat1qmediaimage5":"","cat1a5":"

1. Profane music became more popular than religious music.

2. New instrumental forms appeared (concerto, sonata and fugue).

3. New vocal forms also appeared (opera, oratorio, cantata and passion).

","cat1amediaimage5":"","cat1v5":"500","cattitle-2":"INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC","cat2q1":"

Name the causes of the development of the instrumental music in this period.

","cat2qmediaimage1":"","cat2a1":"

1. Composers made innovations in their composition (music became spectacular and grandiose).

2. Improvements in instruments construction.

","cat2amediaimage1":"","cat2v1":"100","cat2q2":"

Name the three types of concerto.

","cat2qmediaimage2":"","cat2a2":"

Concerto grosso, solo concerto and mixed concerto.

","cat2amediaimage2":"","cat2v2":"200","cat2q3":"

What is the name of an instrumental form containing various dances. Name three of them.

","cat2qmediaimage3":"","cat2a3":"

Suite.

Parts: Allemande, Courante, Sarabande and Gigue.

","cat2amediaimage3":"","cat2v3":"300","cat2q4":"

Define fugue.

","cat2qmediaimage4":"","cat2a4":"

It is a complex polyphonic form in one single movement, built on a subject that is introduced at the beginning and imitated constantly.

","cat2amediaimage4":"","cat2v4":"400","cat2q5":"

What was the original meaning of Sonata?

","cat2qmediaimage5":"","cat2a5":"

A musical form composed to be sung.

","cat2amediaimage5":"","cat2v5":"500","cattitle-3":"INSTRUMENTS","cat3q1":"

Name the main keyboard instrument in this period.

","cat3qmediaimage1":"","cat3a1":"

Harpsichord.

","cat3amediaimage1":"","cat3v1":"100","cat3q2":"

What was the instrument built by Stradivarius?

","cat3qmediaimage2":"","cat3a2":"

The violin.

","cat3amediaimage2":"","cat3v2":"200","cat3q3":"

Name the three main violin constructors.

","cat3qmediaimage3":"","cat3a3":"

Stradivarious, Amati and Guarnieri.

","cat3amediaimage3":"","cat3v3":"300","cat3q4":"

Why are the instruments made by Stradivarius considered to be the best of the world?

","cat3qmediaimage4":"","cat3a4":"

They use special woods and varnishes.

","cat3amediaimage4":"","cat3v4":"400","cat3q5":"

What instrument were The Four Seasons concertos composed for?

","cat3qmediaimage5":"","cat3a5":"

They were composed for the violin.

","cat3amediaimage5":"","cat3v5":"500","cattitle-4":"VOCAL MUSIC","cat4q1":"

Where was the opera born?

","cat4qmediaimage1":"","cat4a1":"

In Florence.

","cat4amediaimage1":"","cat4v1":"100","cat4q2":"

Name the four parts of an opera.

","cat4qmediaimage2":"","cat4a2":"

Overture, Interludes, Sollos and Choruses and ballets.

","cat4amediaimage2":"","cat4v2":"200","cat4q3":"

What are the name of the vocal performances in the opera?

","cat4qmediaimage3":"","cat4a3":"

Aria and recitativo.

","cat4amediaimage3":"","cat4v3":"300","cat4q4":"

Name the three religious vocal forms.

","cat4qmediaimage4":"","cat4a4":"

Oratorio, cantata and passion.

","cat4amediaimage4":"","cat4v4":"400","cat4q5":"

What are the differences between the opera and the oratorio?

","cat4qmediaimage5":"","cat4a5":"

The oratorio is religious.

There is no stage-setting (oratorio).

There are no dances (oratorio).

","cat4amediaimage5":"","cat4v5":"500","cattitle-5":"COMPOSERS","cat5q1":"

What was Vivaldi's nickname?

","cat5qmediaimage1":"","cat5a1":"

The Red Priest.

","cat5amediaimage1":"","cat5v1":"100","cat5q2":"

Where was Purcell from?

","cat5qmediaimage2":"","cat5a2":"

He was from England.

","cat5amediaimage2":"","cat5v2":"200","cat5q3":"

What kind of genres did Handel cultivated? 

","cat5qmediaimage3":"","cat5a3":"

Operas, oratorios, cantatas, concertos...

","cat5amediaimage3":"","cat5v3":"300","cat5q4":"

Who did Lully work for in France?

","cat5qmediaimage4":"","cat5a4":"

He worked for Louis XIV

","cat5amediaimage4":"","cat5v4":"400","cat5q5":"

Can you recognise him?

","cat5qmediaimage5":"https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6a/Johann_Sebastian_Bach.jpg","cat5a5":"

He is J. S. Bach.

","cat5amediaimage5":"","cat5v5":"500","cattitle-6":"MISCELANEOUS","cat6q1":"

Name all the instrumental forms in the Baroque.

","cat6qmediaimage1":"","cat6a1":"

Sonata, toccata, fugue, suite and concerto.

","cat6amediaimage1":"","cat6v1":"100","cat6q2":"

Name all the vocal forms in the Baroque.

","cat6qmediaimage2":"","cat6a2":"

Opera, oratorio, cantata, passion.

","cat6amediaimage2":"","cat6v2":"200","cat6q3":"

Name the main composers you have studied in this period.

","cat6qmediaimage3":"","cat6a3":"

Vivaldi, Purcell, Bach, Handel and Lully.

","cat6amediaimage3":"","cat6v3":"300","cat6q4":"

What is the name of the group of poets who wanted to create a show based on Greek theatre?

","cat6qmediaimage4":"","cat6a4":"

Camerata Fiorentina.

","cat6amediaimage4":"","cat6v4":"400","cat6q5":"

What is the difference between the Recitative and Aria?

","cat6qmediaimage5":"","cat6a5":"

The recitative is halfway between spoken voices and singing and the aria is a melodic piece sung by a soloist.

","cat6amediaimage5":"","cat6v5":"500","board-notes":"","board-custom-background":"","board-custom-color-main":"#ff851b","board-custom-color-sec":"#eeeeee"}

FlipQuiz™ provides educators with a quick way to create quiz boards for test reviews in the classroom that can be saved for later use.

Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy
©2017 FlipQuiz™. All rights reserved.

Follow FlipQuiz™ on Twitter → @flipquizme

Save for Later © 2014-2017 FlipQuiz™

Presentation View Settings

Preview

100

Login for More Options


Aesthetic


Goodies

Close

How To Play

Choose one of the tiles to flip it over and reveal a question. Students in your classroom can guess until one team get's the answer right. If an answer is provided, you can view it when you're ready.

Scores will need to be tallied manually on the FREE plan, but PRO Members can keep score online during the game. Learn More →

The Timer

To limit the amount of time a team has to answer a question, use the built in timer. (You can set the time you'd like.) Either manually start it, or let it start as soon as you flip over a question using the "auto" feature!

You can reveal the timer by picking that clock icon in the bottom-right corner

Get Social


We think your students and colleagues would love this game!

Share it with them on Facebook and Twitter! Or, copy the URL to paste in an email:

Copy

It's time to play....


That's all there is to it. Let's finish this tour and get on with the game!